Blurt #10 Is Here!



Headed to fine newsstands near you at this very minute, in fact. We’ll
have copies of the new issue at our various SXSW events next week as well.


By Blurt Staff


BLURT MAGAZINE announced today that their Spring 2011
print edition is due on newsstands March 29, 2011. The uncompromising PJ Harvey graces its cover, and in a
revealing interview, discusses the historical obsessions that helped inspire
her curiously titled latest album, “Let England Shake.”


The 10th issue carries on the BLURT
tradition of covering all things music and culture-related, with the kind of
editorial irreverence and passion its readers have come to expect since the
2008 kickoff of and the 2009 launch of BLURT’s print magazine.


This edition includes interviews with the Drive-By Truckers, Explosions in the Sky,
Lykke Li, Nicole Atkins, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Panda Bear, Wanda Jackson
and many more, as well as over 50 DVD, CD and book reviews.


With its bevy of thoughtful and insightful
bloggers (that include artists Greg
Laswell, Otep Shamaya, David Schools, James McMurtry
and others),
interviews, daily news updates and exclusive content, BLURT-ONLINE.COM continues to be a destination site for music and
culture fans worldwide. As part of its evolution, the site will be getting a
facelift in the months to come. It’s all part of what is making 2011 look so promising
for BLURT and its dedicated readership.



BLURT is available at Borders, Barnes &
Noble, Books-a-Million, Hastings, and hundreds of other retail outlets around
the word.



ABOUT BLURT: Brought to you by the creative team
behind the lauded HARP Magazine (called
“America’s best music magazine” by NPR’s Bob Boilen and “the
best music magazine in the country and the one that musicians always read”
by Foo Fighter Dave Grohl), BLURT raises the bar for modern music and
entertainment magazines and websites by combining insightful features,
irreverent interviews, relentless reviews, and first-class design standards.
According to The New York Review of
, “BLURT is a solid, well-written magazine, with interviewers who
ask the right questions and writers who find the right words to translate the
verve of music into prose.” Folio named BLURT “one of the 15 Most Notable New Magazine Launches of 2009.”


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